Forensic evidence refers to information or objects that may be admitted into court for judges and juries to consider when hearing a case. Forensic evidence can come from many different sources.
Types of forensic evidence might include fibers, hair, soil, wood, gunshot residue, DNA, ballistics and fingerprints. Investigators can potentially link a suspect and a victim to a mutual location through trace evidence.
STEVEN J. WEINBERG IS KNOWN TO EFFECTIVELY CROSS-EXAMINE AN EXPERT WITNESSES ABILITY IN THEIR IDENTIFICATION, COLLECTION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF FORENSIC EVIDENCE.
He is familiar with the development of new tools and techniques to detect, collect and preserve evidence from crime scenes.
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